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The Virtual Ingersoll Museum website is a project of the Robert Green Ingersoll Birthplace Committee, a project of the Council for Secular Humanism, a nonprofit educational organization based in Amherst, New York. The Council cultivates rational inquiry, ethical values, and human development through the advancement of secular humanism. It is publisher of Free Inquiry magazine and operator of the Robert Green Ingersoll Birthplace Museum.
The Ingersoll Museum is one of more than fifty marked and unmarked sites in west-central New York State important to the history of freethought and radical reform. For more information visit www.freethought-trail.org.
Museum and artifact photos are by Tom Flynn. Original website programming was by Michael Korona. Web assistance was by Tim Binga and Alan Zoppa. The website was entirely redesigned by Garry Pecak of Pecak.Net Web Design.
Redesign of the Virtual Ingersoll Museum website was made possible by a generous grant from the James Hervey Johnson Charitable Educational Trust.
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